I worked on a small team that helped Glassdoor rethink their visual brand.

We added more symmetry to solve layout issues and made the symbolism to a doorframe more obvious.

We added more symmetry to solve layout issues and made the symbolism to a doorframe more obvious.

The doorframe expands to brackets that frame elements.

The doorframe symbol expands as two brackets to become a visual tool used to frame photography and messaging.

Everybody loves T-shirts.
Everybody loves T-shirts.

This is visual proof that I got to work with these awesome people and that I own the classic men’s semi-cashe blue oxford.

Photo by Sarah

Read more about the process here:
Behind The Scenes of the Glassdoor Brand Refresh

Designed with Sarah Gless.

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